British junior success continues in Nations Cup

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Britain's next generation of world-class cyclists are celebrating a remarkably successful early season as they turn their attention to the track in preparation for the Junior World Track Championships in Glasgow between August 7-11.

Tao Geoghegan Hart proved he is a big name rider in more ways than one by backing up his third place in the junior Paris-Roubaix in April with a stage win and the overall at the Tour of Itsria, a three-day stage race in Croatia, and fifth overall at the Junior Peace Race in early May, where Germain Burton took a stage win. Amy Hill also took overall victory at the junior women's Energiewacht Tour at the beginning of April.

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Richard Abraham is an award-winning writer, based in New Zealand. He has reported from major sporting events including the Tour de France and Olympic Games, and is also a part-time travel guide who has delivered luxury cycle tours and events across Europe. In 2019 he was awarded Writer of the Year at the PPA Awards.